|Grid reference||ST 17716 77126|
|Common name||Weeping spring cherry|
|Common name||Single pink weeping cherry|
|Alternative name||Prunus × subhirtella 'Pendula Rubra'|
|Height||3.8M April 2018|
|Girth||140cm @ 1M April 2018|
This tree is on the north east side of the Cherry group, about 85M north west of Fishers Bridge.
General tree description
Prunus pendula 'Pendula Rubra' is a small tree with arching, drooping branches, up to 4 metres in height and spread. It flowers in early spring with deep rose-pink, single flowers from red buds. The leaves are ovate and finely toothed. They emerge bronze, mature to mid green, and turn orange and red in autumn.